1. dfb8085's Avatar
    When I switched from using windows to mac I installed Quicken for Mac. Doesn't matter what version as long as it is designed for a Mac. I use 2 different accounts at different banks one of which does not recognize a real made for Mac Quicken product. The bank will not allow the Quicken for Mac product to auto connect and download my transactions. I have to manually download the transactions and import them into Quicken manually. I do not have this problem with this same bank when using a windows version of Quicken. Is there anybody here that has experienced this and been able to resolve it? The bank points to Quicken and Quicken points to the bank.

    Ferrell
    06-01-2014 11:53 AM
  2. kch50428's Avatar
    Quicken on Mac basically sucks... when I moved to Mac, I quit using Quicken and just did online banking via Web first, then bank apps.
    06-01-2014 12:02 PM

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